Source Pravda.Ru

Terrorist killed in Сhechnya

In Chechnya, the terrorist involved in blowing up an armored personnel carrier (APC) carrying police officers and soldiers from the Russian Interior Ministry was killed, a source at the Chechen Interior Ministry told RIA Novosti.

"On Wednesday during a search operation in the Urus-Martan district in Chechnya that involved the Federal Security Service, the Interior Ministry, the police and the military commandant's office, Razanbek Saigiriyev, a militant who was born in 1976, was killed after he resisted arrest with a weapon," the source said.

"Based on operative data, Saigiriyev was actively involved in militant groups and the May 17, 2004 bombing of a BTR-80 armored personnel carrier carrying policemen and Interior Ministry soldiers," the source said.

Eleven people died in the explosion.

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